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are on their way here to stop us from filming. so we've got to move quickly. so mr. chen led us inside to have a look at one of the flats. when you look around here, how do you feel? "i feel so angry about this. i've been everywhere to complain about it. to every level of government, and nobody is listening." mr. chen and his colleague investigation here six times to complain. it's called the petition' petition's bureau, the last ave. of those with grievances against the state. but on every occasion, says mr. chen, policemen prevented them from registering their case. it's a sensitive location. security personnel didn't like us filming here. back at the hiding spot, the officers from changdong told uss they wouldn't give up. this "we'll keep trying to petition, but we know it publicly won't lead anywhere. still, what choice is there? we have to try." they remain unconvinced abouta the depth of corruption in china, then take their word for it. the new batch of communist party leaderappointed last month.un party secretary wander corruption it it could spelt ent of the country. but doing somethin
. >> okay. mr. chen and after that raishiel shay. >> good afternoon commissioners. good afternoon everyone. i am a member of chinese citizen alliance and i am here to speak on behalf of the proposed project. i live in san francisco for many years and i think it's important for san francisco to have its own basketball team and i remember and i know golden state warriors was once part of san francisco and i think it's time to them back to san francisco and i believe this is a good use of the portland and otherwise the land would be unused and good for business and in the area and give our city more revenues and tax dollars for the services that we need and i hope that you will support this project and thank you. >> rachel o shay and henry -- i am sorry if i butchered your name. >> hello commissioners. [inaudible] basketball but this project is much more than basketball. [inaudible] culturally. right now chinese pop star who come to the bay area like ya ming. he cannot come to san francisco. he must go to oakland or san jose. i would like san francisco to have the same opportunity that
: thank you, mr. speaker. according to "the boston globe," chen wu was beaten, choked, punched and held at knifepoint by a chinese national, wong chen, and that was in 2006. her attacker was sent to prison in texas, supposedly never to be heard of again, or so she thought. four years later, wu was sitting along in her apartment when guess who shows up? the person who assaulted her to begin with, and chen came busting through her door. he reportedly said in a taunting voice, i bet you didn't expect to see me here. wu quickly called the police and chen fled the scene. two weeks later he returned to finish what he began four years ago, and chen beat ms. wu to death with a hammer, stabbed her to death, leaving her to die in her very own pool of blood. mr. speaker, ms. wu's death didn't have to occur. this could have been prevented. chen should not have been back on the streets after serving time in prison, but he was and here's why. after he served the initial sentence for assaulting ms. wu, he was ordered legally deported back where he came from, back to china, but his home country, our go
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